• Welcome to the International Protestant Church of Brussels

    At IPC, EVERY person is welcome, for we celebrate the fact that no-one is excluded from God’s love

  • IPC is a different kind of congregation

    We celebrate our diversity; we are intentionally interdenominational and intentionally international.

    We see our diversity as a strength, reflecting the wonderful spectrum of God’s creation in the world around us.

Join us in our inclusive church. Everyone is welcome.

The IPC Brussels

What’s new at IPC

April 2019

  • Sunday, 7  – Sunday worship including Communion  at 11:15 followed by Easter Egg Hunt for the children.
  • Saturday, 13  – Women of the Church meet at 10 a.m. for a light breakfast followed by the book study – this time at home of Sue
  • Sunday, 14  – Palm Sunday worship at 11:15 a.m. including Sunday school for all children and youth. Join us also for Palm Sunday Lunch after the worship
  • Thursday, 18 Maundy Thursday service at 7:00 p.m. is a joint service with St. Andrew’s Church of Scotland, this year hosted by IPC. The service will be followed by a Reception
  • Sunday, 21 Easter Sunday Worship at 11:15 including Easter Communion. If possible, bring a cut flower for every member of your family as we construct our traditional and beautiful Easter Cross as a part of the worship service.
  • Sunday, 28 – Sunday worship at 11:15 including Sunday school for all children and youth

Our E-Bible Study recently started, you still have time to join! Interested? – read more details

If you are interested or have questions, please:

Holy Week at the IPC Brussels

Christ is risen! He is risen, indeed.

Join us this Easter and celebrate with us.

Easter cross

Mission of the month – Lina Project

Mission of the Month – April

Lina’s Project

Three years ago, the daughter of Nancy Evans passed away suddenly. A month later, Lina’s CEO came from London and suggested that they do something positive in her memory. The goal was to celebrate her life, and the best way to do this seemed to be to try to bring joy and happiness to others. Lina’ Project was born!

Lina’s Project is a multi-cultural venture with children from many different countries: places like Morocco, Algeria, and other African countries, countries from the Eastern bloc as well as children from Belgium. Within the project we propose summer activities for under-privileged children here in Brussels. That may include day-camp activities in the Brussels area, over-night camps in the Ardennes and also up at the coast. Day camp activities often include day trips outside of Brussels, and activities are chosen that the children would otherwise not have the opportunity to try such as: circus camp, cooking, adventure, majorettes, science and nature and all sorts of sports.

The project is inclusive as at least half of the participants are girls. The families that benefit are all on welfare with very limited revenues. The project is carried on in co-operation with our long-term partner organization, Nativitas.

Thanks to Lina’s Project, these children enjoy the summer. What a great way to spread the light! 

Read more at http://www.ipcbrussels.org/mission-of-the-month/